Except that they came for the stem cell research first, and from what I hear, Stern was supporting Dubya at the time. Well, at least he's kicking up a fuss now that the religious right has come for him.
Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Tuned in to Stern again today, still threatening to go off the air if the Senate passes the broadcast decency bill. He was, in particular, ragging on a columnist for the Daily News who had rather belittled his current plight. At times, he almost started to go into a Pastor Niemoller riff on his fellow broadcasters: "First, they came for the wheel of farts, and they did not speak up. And I'll be gone. Next, they'll come for the stem cell research..."